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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ISLAMIC JIHAD

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ISLAMIC JIHAD

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ISLAMIC JIHAD:
Information The Mainstream Media Is Not Giving You
By Madeline Brooks, M.A., © 2008, 2009
ACTmanhattan@aol.com
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ISLAMIC JIHAD:
Information The Mainstream Media Is Not Giving You
By Madeline Brooks, M.A., © 2008, 2009
ACTmanhattan@aol.com

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 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ISLAMIC JIHAD:
Information The Mainstream Media Is Not Giving You
By Madeline Brooks, M.A.,
 © 
2008, 2009ACTmanhattan@aol.com
 
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CONTENTS:
 Introduction – A religion of peace? Page 2. Roots of Islam – A psychological portrait of Mohammed as a disturbed man. Broken promises. Mohammed bites the Jewish hand that fed him theologically. Islam pilfers from many religions, including pagan ones. Page 2.The ecstasy of the suicide bomber – soaring way above rationality, which is considered contemptible. Page 13. Muslim conquests – Islamic armies explode out of Arabia. Massive slaughters, slavery,second class citizenship ensue. Page 16.What is our part in allowing ourselves to be dominated? Page 25.Piracy – Muslim buccaneers demand tribute from the U.S. Navy on the grounds of havinga superior religion. Page 26.Cultural jihad – the Muslim Brotherhood has established ‘soft’ jihad, using thedemocratic institutions of the West to win domination through infiltration.C.A.I.R., a fake moderate, intimidates critics of soft jihad. Page 28.What is at stake the United States of Islam? No more Israel? The Creeping Caliphate. Learning from brave Muslim apostates. Page 42.Fighting Back – What You Can Do. Page 45.Glossary – Page 48. References – Page 51. End Notes – Page 54.Coda – Songs of Jihad. Page 56. Resources for education and action – Page 57.
 
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Introduction:
 
Do not call me an
 Islamo-phobe
. Rather, call me an
 Islamo-realist 
.Come along with me through this paper and I’ll show you why.My alarm about Islam began on 9/11. Before then, like most Americans, I had no strongopinions about Islam. I stood on my rooftop watching the Twin Towers send plumes of black smoke into the air and later that day breathed in little white particles of incineratedpeople – my fellow citizens. It felt as if an evil hand were reaching across my great city,determined to squeeze the life out of it. That’s when I began to educate myself aboutIslam.Like many Americans, I’d prefer to believe that Islam has the same ethics of love, peace,and respect for human life as the Judaism and Christianity with which I am familiar. I’drather not have to be leery of a mass of people that large. With a worldwide populationof something like 1.5 billion Muslims that is growing very fast, it is downright eerie tohave to think that Islam’s values are fundamentally hostile to those of other religions.But, you might object, doesn’t Islam practice godly
transcendence
, and have the samesublime values and practices of most religions? Yes, there are Muslims who practiceIslam in this way, but they are not following the actual dictates of Islam, which is tospread itself across the globe, with or without the consent of those it conquers.This attitude is based on the life of its founder, Mohammed, the theology of Islam, and itshistory as an empire builder.
The Roots of Islam:
Let’s start with Mohammed, believed by Muslims to be the messenger of Islam and theone and only Perfect Man, the model for all Muslim men. According to a recentlyreleased official booklet put out by the Saudi Wahhabi “Propagation Office,” Mohammedis “the greatest individual in history… and the most mature man” [1]. He is described inthe sweetest of terms: he is “kind-hearted and merciful” [1, p. 10], steadfastly truthful,trustworthy and altruistic, as well as moral and selfless beyond compare.
 A Portrait of Mohammed – Stripped of Hype:
The life of Mohammed is known to us through three sources: the Koran, the Hadith (thesayings of Mohammed) and the Suna (notes made about Mohammed’s activities).According to these sources, we have quite a bit of biographical information aboutMohammed. He was born in Mecca around 570 C.E., the only child of poor parents with

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